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What are the different names of God in the King James Bible?

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Some different names of God in the King James Bible are Adonai, Elohim, Yahweh and Jehovah-Raah. These names are in Hebrew and are found in the Old Testament.

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The Hebrew name Adonai, which is used in the Bible 439 times, is translated as "lord" and recognizes God's superiority over his followers. The name Elohim is used to refer to God about 238 times in the Bible. Elohim, which means "one true God," can be found in Deuteronomy 5:7. The verse is interpreted by Christians to mean that no other deities should be placed before God.

Yahweh is the name used to describe God the most frequently in the Bible. Yahweh is spelled as"YHWH" in the Bible, and in Hebrew means "I am who I am" or "I will be who I will be." In the Christian religion, this name is used to describe God's infinite power.

Jehovah-Raah is another name used to describe God and means "The Lord my shepherd." This name is used in Ezekiel 34:11-15, and it is interpreted by Christians to mean that God watches and cares for his followers. The word "shepherd" is used frequently in the Bible to describe how God tends over his flocks.

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